BSO calls for arrest of Fani-Kayode


Buhari Support Organization, BSO, has alleged that the federal government has entered into an unholy alliance with some Resident Electoral Commissioners, RECs with an aim of declaring the PDP winner in the states where the results are yet to be declared public. The post BSO calls for arrest of Fani-Kayode

Elections: Capital market operators project gradual equities rebound


Lagos— Some capital market operators, yesterday, expressed optimism that the nation’s capital market would experience a boost with the near successful conduct of the presidential and National Assembly elections. They told newsmen in separate interviews in Lagos that peaceful conduct of the elections would increase investors’ confidence in the market.

Kashamu bribed voters during election —APC


ABEOKUTA—The All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ogun State has accused a Senator-elect, Prince Buruji Kashamu, of inducing voters during Saturday’s national assembly elections in Ogun East Senatorial District in which Buruji Kashamu emerged winner. The post Kashamu bribed voters during election —APC appeared first on Vanguard News.

Troop frees women, elderly, children locked up by fleeing terrorists


Following the recapture of Gwoza from Boko Haram terrorists, Nigerian troops in cordon and search operations have rescues scores of elderly persons and women locked up while another bomb making factory has been discovered. The post Troop frees women, elderly, children locked up by fleeing terrorists appeared first on Vanguard

FUNAAB VC lists importance of seminars

The Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Prof. Olusola Oyewole, has stressed the importance of academic seminar, saying it is vital to promoting excellence, integrity and global relevance.

Depression before delivery

A large new study has documented unexpected links in the timing and severity of symptoms of maternal depression, which could help mothers and doctors better anticipate and treat the condition. The study of more than 8,200 women from 19 centres in seven countries, published recently in Lancet Psychiatry, found that

Winners of Splendid Foundation Series emerge

Organisers of the Splendid Literature Series have said that six winners have emerged in the 2014 edition. ‘These are Nnamdi Momah,; with ‘The Journey to Nigeria’; Izuchukwu Udokwu, with ‘Life in Broken Pieces’; Ezechukwu Emmanuel Amarachi, with “The Taming of Ekwensu”; Uchenna Ofili, ‘A Time Machine Surprise’; Elijah Faith, ‘Lesson

After Hamlet, Emeruwa eyes Nollywood

UK-based Nigerian actor, Ladi Emeruwa, has indicated interest to be part of Nollywood. Emeruwa came home to star in Hamlet, Williams Shakespeare’s popular play being staged across the world to mark the 450th anniversary of the birthday of the legendary playwright.

Exploring economics of the Bible

Bayo Sodade explores economic principles of the Bible in a new book, AKEEM LASISI writes A book exploring economic relevance of some biblical principles has been published. Written by Bayo Sodade, the book titled ‘Biblenomics: Before Adam Smith, There was … ‘ was published by The Book Company.

Buhari group calls for Fani-Kayode’s arrest

The Buhari Support Organisations has called for the arrest of Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode, the Director, Media, Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation, for announcing unofficial results.

Buhari makes impressive push in more states after 12 yrs trying


After 12 years of fruitless efforts to return to the seat he was forced out of as military head of state 30 years ago, through a coup d’etat, Muhammadu Buhari appears to be coasting to victory in the just concluded presidential election. The results of the election as announced by

Military aids electoral fraud –Okorocha

The Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has frowned on the way the Peoples Democratic Party “rigged” the elections of Saturday and has therefore called for the outright cancellation of the results in six local government areas of the state. He also said that the election in the state was full

Mark, Ekweremadu return to Senate

Senate President, David Mark; his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu and the Senate Minority Leader, George Akume, have been re-elected into the upper chamber, just as high ranking senators like Smart Adeyemi, Abdul Ningi and Chris Ngige lost their bid to return. Ngige lost to Uche Ekwunife in Anambra Central; Smart Adeyemi

Kwankwaso wins senatorial seat in Kano

Despite last minute efforts to woo voters in Kano, the All Progressive Congress candidates in Kano overwhelmed the ruling Peoples Democratic Party in the Senate and House of Representatives candidates, as they clinched all positions at stake in last Saturday’s general polls in the state. Also, the APC’s presidential candidate,

PDP wins all Senate seats in Imo

The Peoples Democratic Party candidate for Orlu (Imo West) senatorial district, Senator Hope Uzodinma, has been declared the winner of the senatorial election held on Saturday. He garnered 154,605 votes to beat the All Progressives Congress candidate, Osita Izunaso, who got 70,843 votes.

Many blessings from the 2015 elections


However these elections go, Nigeria is a winner. Big time. I am prepared to bet with my entire pension savings that Nigeria will come out of these elections much better than it started.

Commonwealth observer group hails elections

The Commonwealth Observer Group has commended Nigeria and the Independent National Electoral Commission for successfully conducting Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, saying it was peaceful and transparent. A former Malawian President and Chairperson of the group, Mr.